BTPA’s CEO WANTS CLEAN-UP FOR CRIME AND GARBAGE, LIKE YESTERDAY!

If the Bridgetown US Embassy can issue a warning about leaving car windows open while paused at traffic lights in certain parts of Wildey or the Pine, then it’s time for all Barbadians to stamp out the criminal elements making this red flag which in turn can hurt the the tourism product.

This concern was raised by Dr Kerry Hall of the Barbados Tourism Product Authority at a press conference at her Warrens headquarters earlier today.

She says far more than a national dialogue, there needs to be alternative conflict resolution to disputes and a means to halt the disturbances at their core;-

She says far more than a national dialogue, there needs to be alternative conflict resolution to disputes and a means to halt the disturbances at their core;-

The BTPA Executive says with regards to Environmental Challenges, it’s one thing to invite overseas guests and present filthy roads, but through Social Media and the BTPA’s Facebook page, they plan to tackle it head on;-

The new Facebook page can be found at facebook.com/thebtpa

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